"The most effective way to manage change is to create it." -- Peter Drucker
Change is inevitable and sometimes scary, and yet change is welcomed as a way to take us towards improved outcomes and greater well-being. When we nurture our own change and stand at the helm of navigating our own lives, change can be delightful and welcomed. I hope you find this stirring and follow in its pursuit.
Changes can be stimulated by a quest to accept circumstances just as they are. That allows for a clearer perspective on how best to proceed. A clear assessment of circumstances, a goal, and a plan helps individuals and organizations move forward.
To this end, I am going to take a short break from writing this blog as I prepare to revamp my webpage. For those interested, please join me in my spring quarter offering of "From Midlife Through Retirement: A Path Forward" at North Seattle College. It will not be offered in the summer, but it will return in the fall in an improved format. Many thanks to those who have taken the class already for their great feedback and participation!
Thoughts for creating success in the second half of life.